Students solve differential equations or approximate solutions analytically, graphically and numerically – finding general and particular solutions to separable DE’s, drawing slope fields, and using Euler’s method to approximate a solution.
This foldable is a trifold with pockets. Students will work six problems for each method and store them in the correct pockets. I realize that Euler’s method and logistical growth are AP Calculus BC topics, but the foldable is designed so that students can cut away the numerical portion of the trifold and make it into a bifold with two pockets.
My students encounter this concept in the Larsen Calculus textbook in Ch. 6 on Differential Equations thus the numbering 6-1. Hope this is helpful. Enjoy!
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